On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 1:48 PM, Emily Salvette wrote:
I’m contacting you on behalf of the national credentials committee. I wondered if I could give you a call sometime to discuss our committee’s time line and what might happen at the convention with regards to seating your groups’ delegates. The committee can’t make a decision until we get to Las Vegas (we don’t have provisions for email or teleconference voting), which is why it might be good to talk. I’m in the Eastern time zone and am not much of a late-night person, but if you could talk in the afternoon or around 5 pm your time, I might be able to hang in there. Or I could call on the weekend if that’s convenient for you. I don’t have a telephone number for you, so let me know your preferred one.
2012 Credentials Committee
|Wes Wagner||1:56pm Apr 19|
Posted as a reply to Emily Salvette – chair of the credentials committee:
No need for a call. I understand that situation is that your committee planned to create this issue from the incept which is why credentials were not distributed to the Oregon officers on day 1 like all other states. This is a manufactured crisis for the benefit of the political games of some extremely disturbed people.
I am familiar enough with Robert’s Rules to know what the proper form of your report would be if you played this game properly. Do that wrong and you will be embarassed even more than you will be already.
We are people of action… lies do not become us.
Chairperson, Libertarian Party of Oregon